Fab Fest: Sign Up Today for STEM Fun!

It’s time for CITC’s third annual Fab Fest! Alaska Native/American Indian students grades K through 12 will take away pre-fabricated, culturally relevant STEM kits with fun projects to do at home. Students will rotate among workstations inside and outside CITC’s … More

JOM Offers Free Tutoring Assistance

The Johnson O’Malley Program is pleased to announce that Alaska Native/American Indian students enrolled in ASD (grades K-12) may be eligible to receive assistance with tutoring. The JOM tutoring program normally occurred on-site at select ASD schools. Due to the … More

Free Public Vaccination Clinic Tuesday

Cook Inlet Tribal Council is hosting a public COVID-19 vaccination clinic tomorrow, April 20, from 12 – 5:30 p.m. at our Nat’uh Service Center’s first floor Rasmuson Conference Center 1 at 3600 San Jeronimo Drive in Anchorage. Guests should use … More

CSBG Public Hearing Notice

Cook Inlet Tribal Council, Inc. will conduct a Public Hearing on April 22, 2021 at 3600 San Jeronimo Drive, in the Charlie Anderson Welcome Center on the first floor from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. This public hearing is to solicit … More

2021 Virtual NYO Games

NYO is once again taking the action online this year for the 2021 Virtual Senior NYO Games. Running April 5 – 30, student athletes in grades 7 – 12 from across the state may compete at a location of their … More

Nat’uh Access & Operations During COVID-19 Pandemic

CITC Nat’uh Service Center Phase 2.5 – Modified Recovery & Maintenance Operations: Effective: July 24 – until further notice INCREASED Risk of Community Transmission/Protections Emergency Operations Plan and Procedures active, including daily disinfecting of high touch areas. Participants and staff experiencing … More

2021 Virtual NYO Games Alaska

The ongoing public health crisis may force changes to the 2021 NYO Games, but it can’t change our NYO spirit! The Games will be going virtual again this year with the statewide Junior Games already underway. Athletes are coordinating with … More

Train to Teach with Clare Swan Early Learning

The Clare Swan Early Learning Center is now offering the “Our First Teachers” training program. This training is for Alaska Native and American Indian people who would like to earn an Infant/Toddler Child Development Associates in an intensive 6 month, … More

Upcoming: Training Opportunities with CITC Partners

Don’t miss out on these great training opportunities with our partners! Interested? To be eligible for most of these trainings, you must enroll with CITC’s Employment & Training Services Department. To apply, call 907-793-3345 or email CitcVocationalEd@citci.org.